Image - Building Citizens and Civic Leaders from the Ground Up
Image - Building Citizens and Civic Leaders from the Ground Up
Image - Building Citizens and Civic Leaders from the Ground Up

Building Citizens and Civic Leaders from the Ground Up

What does being an engaged citizen mean in 2018? How are young people accessing civic education and skills they can leverage? How can they effect change around issues that matter to them—both before they can vote and after? What are the issues and outcomes down the line that matter to youth the most: education, housing, gun violence, voting rights or climate change? Hear perspectives from students, educators, civic leaders and organizers on the state of civic education, innovative approaches to civic engagement and the potential for youth to make a difference at all levels, starting in school and continuing for the rest of their lives.

Notes

This program is generously supported by Levi Strauss & Co.

Levi Strauss & Co.

 

Speakers
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A’Niya Bankston

Rising Sophomore, Oakland Technical High School; Board Chair, Generation Citizen's Student Leadership Board

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Kiely Hosmon

Director, San Francisco Youth Commission

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Adam Kubey

12th Grade Teacher, Oakland Charter High School; Civic Educator

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Clifford Yee

Director of Youth Programs and Director of Inclusion and Diversity, Coro Northern California

Matt Mahan

CEO, Brigade—Moderator